Web developers are using at least 4 prefixed implementations in the wild, including
-o-text-size-adjust which Opera does not implement (as of 2012-088 per Florian of Opera on the CSSWG telcon that morning).
See the W3C Editor's Draft: CSS Mobile Text Size Adjustment Module Level 1
See the W3C Editor's Draft:
editor next actions
should for FPWD
define percentage values
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- Need to figure out what iOS Safari actually *does* for percentages. A somewhat reasonable guess might be that it sets a maximum inflation level, but relative to what? Is '0%' equivalent to 'none', or is '100%', or are they both different from 'none' in some way? If it actually just specifies the inflation that would be pretty bad.
- Create some test cases to figure out what iOS is doing for %s and test them on an iOS device (iPhone / iPod touch / iTouch).
- write-up percentage details accordingly
should for LCWD
- resolve all issues in draft
- develop a few prefixed-implementation test-cases for each value type
- demonstrate interoperability of prefixed-implementation test-cases